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In this short workshop, participants will gain an understanding of how to establish and maintain a tonal audiation foundation in their secondary choral and instrumental ensembles. Using a series of familiar patterns, teachers will learn how to engage students in pattern instruction at all levels of the skill learning sequence to foster, develop and nurture tonal audiation skills. Teachers will acquire practical techniques for connecting tonal audiation skills to their voices and instruments.
Feel like your ukulele class needs a little fine tuning? Are you unsure about what life after C, G, and F chords looks like? Here are some suggestions for structuring your class in a way that will engage your students’ ears through melodies, bass lines, and improvisation.
November 8, 2020
Chapter Share: Sunday, November 8, 2020
We enjoyed presentations about and discussed different virtual/online tools that are available to enhance
virtual or hybrid instruction. To view the presentations and list of tools, please click here.
MA-GIML Virtual Happy Hour
Friday, June 5, 2020
18 of us gathered via Zoom for our virtual happy hour! We shared experiences about teaching online and discussed current events. We were so happy to welcome friends from various locations in the MA-GIML region as well as Portugal and Brazil. We had such a great time and decided that we should do it again!
One outcome of the discussion was creating a repository of online teaching resources. So.......
Do you have successful online teaching resources that you have been using? Would you like to share them? Are you looking for more online teaching ideas?
Please follow this link to the MA-GIML
to add your resource or look for some to use!
Please be sure to include your name, contact info and type of activity (Early Childhood, General, Choral, Instrumental, etc.)
in the file so if someone has a question, you can be contacted. Thanks!
Come and go as you like/need. You supply your snacks and beverage, and together we'll supply some much needed social time!
This event is free and open to GIML members and non-GIML members alike. Please feel free to invite your music colleagues.
The event is FREE, but registration is required.
Click on the link below to register.
Hope to "see" you there!!
Chapter Share Sunday, February 9, 2020
We met at the University of Delaware and a great time was had by all! We moved, danced, sang, improvised and even had a laugh or two!
We shared activities from so many different MLT avenues- early childhood, instrumental, general music and choral. What was so wonderful was that so many of our activities were applicable to other teaching situations.
PARKING: Both metered and garage parking is available. We recommend parking in the Center for the Arts Parking Garage,
located right next to the Amy E. DuPont Music Building. Parking is $2.00/hour. Be sure to PAY WHEN ARRIVING instead of prior
to exiting the lot. For GPS systems, you can find the parking garage at 135 Amstel Avenue, Newark, DE, 19716.
FREE to GIML members Non-GIML members $5
There will be a voluntary 50/50 for $2.
One lucky winner will receive 50% of the money collected and MA-GIML
will put the other half toward future program/session offerings.
Please invite your music friends and colleagues for a wonderful afternoon of music sharing- everyone is welcome! Retired teachers, brand new teachers and everyone in between- you all have something to offer so we hope to see you all there!
If you are an MA-GIML member and did not receive Chapter Share emails, please contact MA-GIML at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What an amazing time we all had at "Tiny" Music: a workshop with PAOLA ANSELMI founder of "Musica in Culla" (Music in the Crib) in Rome, Italy!
This hands-on, practical workshop featured new songs and original child-centered, playful activities to engage young children in musical-social activities.
Saturday, October 5, 2019
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Temple University, Center City Philadelphia
1515 Market Street, Philadelphia 5th floor
30 of us gathered in Center City to participate
in this workshop. We learned some new songs
and many wonderful child-centered activities
to incorporate into our own music classes.
We were even joined by some children and their
families for part of the morning.
Check out our pictures below!
Paola Anselmi is a teacher, program administrator, author, and teacher trainer. She studied early childood music education with E. Gordon and B. Bolton in USA and Spain and with Giovanni Piazza in Italy. She is also on the teaching faculty of Orff
schulwerk Italiano. She has dedicated her work to serving as: a music educator for children; founder and coordinator of the international project Musica in Culla in Italy and Spain, as well as a teacher trainer and presenter in conservatories, hospitals, universities, public and private institutions in Italy, Spain, Palestine, Greece, Cyprus, Germany and Israel. She has taught in Lugano (Switerland) Conservatory and University for 5 years and is in ongoing collaboration with Madrid Center ‘Afinarte’ Music and Dance School. Paola’s work focuses on the task of transforming the importance of music in a child’s life and development into reality in children’s lives.